So maybe that’s not a statement you hear every day, but hear me out. As the DC motor market shrinks, where they are still used, the performance standards are higher than ever. Big DC must be engineered to support improved motor performance, and withstand more rigorous operating conditions. The commutator is a huge contributor to this as a major component, and ICC is the company worldwide that is continually working to improve the processes, materials, and the finished product. Watch our most recent video from the EASA International conference to learn more, and tell us what you think. I, for one, am committed to improving the health of this industry not just in North America, but around the world. Please join me. Laura Lyke, President & CEO
Do you know anyone hoping to work for a great company? ICC is seeking candidates to join us in the following position as we expand operations. Position is available immediately.
ICC is seeking a senior level machinist for our evening shift position. Candidates will need to setup and operate manual lathes and be able to edit macro programming for CNC. A great machinist needs to possess manual dexterity and an eye for detail. They must also have knowledge of mathematics and mechanics as well as respect for safety precautions.
Review samples, drawings or instructions to understand the specifications of output
Plan the sequence of necessary actions for the completion of a job
Select appropriate machines (e.g. lathes) and position or load material for a job
Monitor machine while working to adjust the feed, maintain temperature and identify issues
Check output to ensure consistency with specifications and discard defects
Keep records of approved and defective units or final products
Plan to build a career here, as we offer bonus programs, full benefits (currently 100% paid by ICC for employees, and 50% paid for your family), and a great atmosphere. ICC is an equal opportunity employer.
Qualified applicants should send resumes with salary expectations and shift availability to: Careers@ICCInternational.com or you may complete an application on site at 1620 Robert C. Jackson Drive, Maryville, TN 37801
Take care Rick, but don't be a stranger, stop in for a visit now and then.
2018 was an incredible year for ICC.
Beyond being the best year in our history, winning the Small Business of The Year award for Blount County, we completed our 35 Acts of Kindness Campaign in celebration of 35 years in business.
We hire great people, who build and service great products, and this allows us to give back to the community. With the effort and commitment to doing good, we believe that our success this year represents this coming full circle. We will forever be grateful.
We couldn’t do it without you! As 2018 closes as our best year in history, we are humbled by the support of all our partners - customers and suppliers alike. Your loyalty and commitment to shared values of integrity, quality, reliability and kindness make you the very best partners we could wish for, and we appreciate all of you.
2019 will bring new opportunities, with which we will be honored to help in any way we can. Whether for commutators, slip rings and GE parts, or just as a sounding board for new projects and business issues, we will always ensure that your trust in us is well placed.
Thank you again, and have a happy, happy Holiday Season.
We had some fun with our potluck lunch this year. We went with a tacky sweater theme, cast votes and selected a winner! Michelle definitely took first place! Pretty funny stuff. :)
ICC International and Cortela Carbon are excited to announce a new alliance that will give Australia and South East Asia vastly improved access to commutators and General Electric motors and parts in the industrial space. As the OE supplier of commutators to GE, and as the only GE industrial motor distributor in North America that is also a GE supplier, ICC has signed an agreement with Cortela Carbon to bring all GE and ICC products to Cortela Carbon's serviced markets.
"As an independent player not in competition with motor repair, Cortela Carbon is in the perfect position to aggressively supply motor shops and end users in this underserviced region," explains Laura Lyke, President & CEO of ICC. Rob Marschner, Director of Cortela Carbon, adds that "We are two companies with shared values and vision, uniquely committed to giving Australasia and South East Asia an easier road to obtaining these much-needed products."
ICC International is based in Maryville, Tennessee, USA and Cortela Carbon is headquartered in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, with satellite operations in Perth, Melbourne and New Zealand. The arrangement will officially begin November 5th, 2018, but initial product orders can be filled immediately by contacting John Hamlin, General Manager of Cortela Carbon. Questions can be directed to either ICC or Cortela at the contact points listed below.
John Hamlin, General Manager, Cortela Carbon
12-14 Helium Street, Narangba QLD 4504
Australia, +61 7 3888 2122
Laura Lyke, President & CEO, ICC International
1620 Robert C. Jackson Drive, Maryville, TN USA 37801
We won! This team of caring people is incredible! We are so honored to be recognized as Blount County’s Small Business of the Year. We have measured our success internally not only by top and bottom lines but by lives we change. This 35th year has been special, and we are proud to be a part of this remarkable community in the Foothills of the Smoky Mountains.
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Professionals are human, too. This year for our EASA video production, instead of telling you more of what you already know and expect from us - impeccable quality, reliability, expertise - we thought we'd let you get to know some of our people just a little better... unscripted, unprompted.
ICC International was once again a sponsor of the Blount Habitat for Humanity Women Build Luncheon. The theme this year was Construction Couture. All teams were challenged to build an outfit using at least 50% construction material. Our team design featured Lowe's house wrap as the base, a beautiful skirt made with over 1000 steel and plastic washers, copper belt and a sawblade and steel plume fascinator. The accessories included halogen bulb earrings, a drawer pull ‘diamond’ ring, and a charm bracelet complete with wingnuts, bolts and nuts. To complete the ensemble, we included a house key necklace.
The ICC team thanks everyone who participated in helping "build" this masterpiece of a dress. Even guys who weren't officially on the team jumped in to help and we appreciate the support, our dress was certainty a show stopper.
ICC also wants to thank Tracy Queen, our General Manager who wore our beautiful (but heavy) dress and raised nearly $2000 on her own to support the Women Build Luncheon.
This is one of ICC’s favorite charities to support and we’re already looking forward to 2019. Congratulations Blount Habitat on another successful event!
It was a great day at the ballpark yesterday! ICC treated all employees and their families to a Smokies Baseball game complete with a ball cap, beer and Calhoun's buffet. It was great to see everyone outside the shop and we hope you enjoyed the afternoon.
Built with finesse by ICC, these beauties are efficient and mechanically stable. We'll use our years of experience to help you guide your customer to the best creative solutions in the industry.
Your customer's motor emergency shouldn't land you in the ER. Call us when you want it fast, reliably and without a price tag that shocks your system!
Do you have manual and CNC lathe experience? Can you run both vertical and horizontal lathes? Do you like working in an energetic environment with job responsibilities that vary from day to day?
ICC is growing and hiring machinists, both mid-level and senior, for day and evening shift positions. Candidates will need to setup and operate manual lathes and be able to edit macro programming for CNC.
If you believe there is always a way to do something, and you are comfortable being held accountable with a highly effective team, you might be the perfect addition to the company.
If you believe there is always a way to do something, and you are comfortable being held accountable with a highly effective team, you might be the perfect addition to the company. Plan to build a career here, as we offer bonus programs, full benefits (currently 100% paid by ICC for employees, and 50% paid for your family), and a great atmosphere. ICC builds commutators and slip rings for large industries like steel and aluminum production, mining, pulp and paper, power generation and propulsion, and we have been in operation for 35 years. ICC is an equal opportunity employer.
ICC International Employees enjoy:
- A company with a history of financial stability
- A trusted leader with great integrity and transparency
- A family atmosphere where employees are cared for and valued
- Entrepreneurial approach to the business based on personal drive
- Full Benefits package – Medical, dental, long-term disability and vision. ICC pays 100% of employee and 50% of spouse/family medical coverage
- 401(k) with a 3% match
- Gainsharing incentive program that can pay out monthly bonuses
- An equal opportunity employer
Qualified applicants should send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you ever been one quarter short? Sure, we've all been there. Digging deep into your pockets, shaking your purse to one side looking for every last bit of change to pay for something. Then all you come up with is lint.... Well, not today.
This week's acts of kindness was at a locally owned laundromat. We thought wouldn't it be a great surprise to anyone who needed to wash clothes today to walk in and there the machines were already full of money. So that's what we did! With our pockets full of quarters, we filled up machine after machine, I think we filled nearly every washer, and had money left over to buy some soap and dryer sheets.
And thank you to the kind gentleman working at the laundromat who allowed us to run around and fill the machines. :)
There's one gentleman that deserves a huge thank you from us. His name is Warren and he keeps our facility nice and clean week in and week out. He comes to work after hours so we didn't get his photo but we heard from our 2nd shift crew that Warren was quite tickled and proudly showing off his treats. Thank you again Warren for all your hard work!